By Tim Nudd. Google's "The Web is what you make of it" campaign for its Chrome browser is churning out a truly impressive series of spots. The latest is the one below, starring Lady Gaga—with a message not unlike Google's earlier entry in Dan Savage's "It get better" initiative. The process of assembling the Gaga clip mirrored the message, too. The making of this film is a demonstration of the power of the Web in its own right. The entire project, beginning with Lady Gaga's shoot in NYC on May 8, to shipping materials to the television networks for air, took 10 days. Within hours of the release of her new single, 'Edge of Glory,' on May 9, fans began uploading videos on YouTube, making the song their own by dancing to it, singing it, and playing it on all kinds of instruments. Lady Gaga then posted a message on her website asking for more videos to be used in the film project.
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Abner Li. There is also a behind-the-scenes video showing the process, with several Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL units being used. The phones can be seen in both handheld and giant steadicam rigs with a third-party camera app being leveraged. The song and the video are about a magical night where you meet someone you immediately connect with and can envision a future together. But the experience of filming with smartphones felt really natural and the quality from Pixel was amazing. FTC: We use income earning auto affiliate links. Check out 9to5Google on YouTube for more news:. The Google Pixel 2 XL shares a similar design around back with the smaller Pixel 2 but features limited bezels around front.
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